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fc gaily gaiUin,
SATURDAY, NOV. 14," 1885.
Strar Mokolil from Slolokal
Schr Domitlla from Koolau
Stmr Jns Makco from Kop ui
Sclir Watchu from Ifaunl
Schr Lcahl from Hnnalel
Bgtno W G Irwin from Sfiti FrancUco
ltk Ceylon for Hongkong
H S Mnrlposn for Sun Francisco
richr LUiolllio for Walmea
VESSELS LEAVING ON TUESDAY.
Stmr Klnait for Windward Ports
Stmr Planter for Kauai
Stmr Llkellko for Kaliulnl
Stmr KUaucaHou for Windwaid Portb
Stmr Iwalanl for Hnmnkua
Stmr Mokolil for Molokai
Stmr Jas 1 Dowsctt for Molokai
Schr Uomltlla for Koolau
Schr Manuoknwal for Koolau '
Schr Mary Foster for Walmea
Strar Jas Makce for Kapna
Schr Walehu for Kanal
Schr Kawallnnl from Koolau
Schr Sarah & Eliza from Koaolnu
Schr Lc.ilil for Hunalcl
Schr Caterlna for WUImanalo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Missionary bktne Morning Star,
Bktno Discovery, Mcycis
Bktne Ella, Howe
For Maul and Hawaii, per steamer W
Q Hall, November 13 H N Greeuwell,
B F Dillingham, E Smith, O Baker, Miss
E Woduhouse, Mrs Kynnersley, H Byan,
ClMclneckc, J Bowler, and about 09
From Sau Fmuclsco, per bgtuo W G
Irwin, November 14 Mrs M McCartney,
E 0 Winston, O Oulion
From Kupaa via Wulanac, per stcamci
Jas Makuc, November 14 Capt and Airs
Grant, J Kalwl, wife and 2 children,
and about 25 deck.
For San Fraeisco, per S S Alarlposa,
Noember 14 Cabin: Rev J Conway,
Miss Alaud Kellcy, Miss Wells, Capt W
F Grant and wife, J K Castle, Airs J E
WUcman, Airs Peck, Mrs Lieut Peck;
STr.En.vGE: J Lachan, H Manning, W
Johnson, Kussell Germalnc.
From Kuhulul and by ports, per stmr
Llkcllke, Nov 14 AI Puiko and wife, D
Tooney, A. AI Sproul', G P Wilder, W II
Cornwell, D D Howkins and wife, A II
Smith, G Weight, Airs Baker, Air W
Landford, Aliss Landlord, F L Winter,
M Kcaloha, Aliss AI Antonc, and 01
From Windward Port, per steamer
Kinau, November 1411 K Field, Aliss
Joseph, Aliss Miller, AI Smith, Dr Bid
well, A N Brown, E A Douglass, G It
Tclley, A S Geiger, Geo Nakapuahl, T R
Blown and wife, W E Rowell, Aliss E
Porter, C C Webb, Aliss Alary Buckle,
Miss Annie Buckle, Aliss J Llshman,
Aliss J Llshman, Win Kinncv, W L Ka
holokahlki, C Williams, W P Luinahei
hei, Judge E Pieston, W A Whltlng, II
C Austin and wife, J Wahlucaukai and
wife, J Hupplebeen, Alokl Koki, W L
Wilcox, J Pillpo, Lee Chun?, S Roth,
W Fehlbehr, W H Patten, Aliss Wight,
J Bright, W A'Klng, Wife 2 child, and
about 100 deck.
No vessels leaving Monday.
Stmr Iwalanl brought 5000
sugar for the Mariposa.
Schr Manuokawal brought
Schr Liholiho sails to-day for
Walmea, Kauai, with coal and redwood
Si.hr Caterlna brought a load of
bananas from Ewa yesterday morning
The schooner Sarah & Eliza made
another attempt to round Dalmnirl Head
Thursday but failed and was compelled
to return to port.
Tho bark Ceylon sailed this r m for
Hongkong with 2J8 Chinese passengers.
Stmr Likeliko brought 352 bags of
The Alornlng Star was hauled up on
the Atari no Railway this rooming and
the schooner Emma was lowered.
Schr Wallcle is reported off Klpahulu
for several days trying to effect a land
ing. Tho S S Alaiiposa sailed this noon for
San Francisco, with 0,001 bugs of sugar,
2,200 from Irwin & Co, 2,138 from
Brewer & Co, 2,582 from Schaefer& Co,
1,501 from Grinbaum & Co, and 520
from Davis & Co. She also took 1,075
bags rice, 2,072 bunches of bananas, 3U0
bdls of sugar cane, 204 bdls of green
hides, 9 boxes of betel leaves, 48 dry
hides, C bdls of goat skins, and 4,000
tins of opium. Total value domestic
Stmr Jas I Dowsett brought 10 head
of cattle, 5 calves, 100 sheep, and 160
bags of sugar.
The bglne W G Irwin, Capt Turner,
nrrlvrd this morning, 1GJ4 days from
San Francisco. She brings" a deck load
of 220 hogs, and is docked near the OSS
Stmr Tas Alakee arrived this 'morning
from Kupaa with no freight.
Tho Vlctoila Cross is docked at tho
Kaiiului, Nov. 13th, 1&83.
Bgtne Claus Spieekcls, Capt Diew,
arilved Nov Cth, 10 days from San
Francisco, with a cat go of gunciaL
merchandise. Sue was towed out to
day per steamer Likeliko for San Fran
cisco with a cargo of sugar. Wallnku
plantation, 1,100 bags, weighing 132,000
Schr Anna, Capt McCulloch, arrived
from Maliukona on tho 11th Nov, 10
hours, with a cat go of merchandise.
Passengers: Airs Autousen, Air Avery.
Schr AlarlaE Smith, Capt Boos, ar
ilved to-day, 31 days fiom the Sound,
with a cargo of lumber for Alessis
Wder & Co. Tho captain says ho ex
perienced heavy seas and light winds.
The lato Benjamin E. Smith, of
Columbus, Ohio, a thorough busi
ness man, and well known through
out .the East as well as tho West as
a banker and railroad man, was a
firm believer in life insurance. Dur
ing his life ho had taken ' four poli
cies, in tho Life Insuranco Company,
two of which, aKKretratinp: 813,000,
were m force at tho time of
death. S. G, Wilder, Agent.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Bulletin will not be issued
limit wind and heavy rain made
wild vtcalhcr last night.
Tiie weather is tolling on Palama
road, well-built as it was last year.
Hon. C. K. Bishop
home by tho Alameda
Mn. Engelhardt's store on Foit
9trcet is resplendent with glittering
chandeliers and gorgeous lamps.
Gosm:l Temperance Meeting in
the Bethel Vestiy at 7:30 this even
ing. Come and bring a friend.
Subject, II. Peter 1, 5-8.
Tun preliminary prospectus of the
Great Land Colonization Scheme,
with a map of Oahn, has been issued
in a neat pamphlet from tho Gazette
A Chinaman was killed last week
at Honokaa, Hawaii, by being thrown
off his hoise and dragged some dis
tance with his foot caught in the
Mu. John Paty and Major Bon
son left this afternoon in a buck
boaid team for Waialnavia Palama,
to gain information regarding tho
leases of certain rice lands.
Captain Kibling, of the schooner
Waiehu, brings news of the death
of Mr. Peter Richmond, store keeper
at AVaimea. The deceased dropped
dead from heait disease on the lllh
inst., and was buried on the follow
At Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co.'s
s.ilo this morning, the late Judge
Austin's books were withheld, as
.there was no bid for the first lot put
up. There was a large" quantity of
South Sea Island goods sold, realiz
ing very moderate prices.
A Chinaman, one day this week,
was caught by tho queue in the
machinery of the sugar mill at Wai
kapu, Maui, and tho poor fellow's
whole scalp was torn off. The
sufferer was brought down by the
Likeliko and taken to the Queen's
Mn. J. A. Dower has received in
timation that his application to
Washington, for a patent for his
device for bending boat knees and
timbers, has been as good as grant
ed, lie has also reason to believe
that permission will be given for
amending specifications of the inven
tion. i i i 1 1 m ... I..-
' A imiGADE from the water depart
ment to-d.iy spoiled Merchant street,
at a point below Fort street, hy dig
ging a ditch across it to get at the
water pipes. The Koad Supervisor
is disgusted to see the thoroughfare
so ruthlessly spoiled, which only a
few days ago he had built so well
and polished off with the steam
Tun Mariposa loft for San Fran
cisco at noon sharp, with small pas
senger and freight lists. Without
music and with unusually few spec
tators, tho depaiture wore a some
what gloomy aspect. A lot of
4, GOO tins of confiscated opium was
shipped to, the Coast. The mails
contained f),4GG letters and 1,(510
Tins evening tho Circus closes its
select programme with a new panto
mime, that is likely to be a great
hit. Only one moro performance by
this excellent troupe is promised,
the evening of the King s Birthday
being chosen for the final appear
ance. There is likely to be large
audiences both nights. See adver
tisement. Jack CousnNb, the leading rider
in tho Royal Australian Circus, met
with an unfoi tunate accident yester
day. He was practising somer
saults on bare horseback, and, after
succeeding several times, overleaped
his distance, aud fell to tho ground.
One of his legs doubled under him,
dislocnting tho knee cap. It is
hoped, however, that ho will bo well
in a few days.
Tun hen roost robbing mania that
seems to have lately taken posses
sion of tho evildoers of tho town,
shows no symptoms of abatement.
A dozen chickens were stolen from
tho premises of Mr. West, of West,
Dow & Co., at Wnikiki last night.
This is the second time that Mr.
West has been tho victim of the at
tention of tho sneak thieves. Twenty
fowls were got away with a few
months ago from his place.
A state funeral is to be given the
late Hon. Paul Kanoa.K.C.K., K.O.
II., ex-Governor of Kauai, and mem
ber of tho Privy Council of State.
Tho procession will form at half-past
one to-morrow, Sunday, on King
Btrect, opposite the Palace. At two
o'clock tho cortege will move to Ka
waiahao Church, where services will,
bo conducted by tlfo Rev H, JI
Parker. The various military com
panies will attend, under tjommand
of Major R..H. Baker.
Now Christmas Curds for the mil
lion at King Bros Art Store. 177 8t
FitEsit Mince Pics daily from and
after dato at Mcller & Halbo's Con
Fresh Cream Cakes and Eilalrs
daily from and after dato at Moller
& Halbo's Confectionery. 177
i in .
Whether Adam In Paradise thought It
To hnent for himself aii Edeuish tile,
Is a matter of learned dispute.
But very certain It is, his,' sons ever
Ilau thought a Hal needful. from
peasant to prince
To distinguish tho man from tho
Tho Mohammedan fogy for ages, he
Has stuck to his head-gear of turban or
Tho girls of the Haicm to " mash "
While wo Intldcl Franks, he deviates
with a sneer,
Will don a new Hal eeiy day in tho
If prompted by Fancy or Fashion.
A splendid lot of new Hats in
men's and boys' Just in this morning.
at 171 lW JU. JUClNWlXY'S
LIEUT. PECK'S FUNERAL.
Yesterday afternoon tho remains,
of Lieut. R. B. Peck, U. S. N., who'
died on the last passage from San
Francisco to this
Cathedral by a
port of the S. S.
escorted from the
to St. Andrew's
procession in the
Members of Geo.
following order :
W. DeLonc Post, G. A. R. : under
taker; hearse; His Excellency Geo'.
W. Merrill, United States Minister
Resident; Mr. Justice McCully, all
on foot; carriage containing Mrs.
Peck, widow of the deceased, and
Mrs. Peck, his mother. The coffin
was draped with the Stars and
Stripes, and as it was carried into
the church, the Royal Hawaiian
Band, stationed in tho yard, played
Handel's "Dead March in Saul."
A detachment of police under com
mand of Deputy Marshal Dayton
boro tho mortal burden to the
chancel, as Rev. Geo. Wallace read
the opening sentences of the burial
service. There was a largo attend
ance of sj'mpathizers, including,
His Majesty's Chamberlain, Col. C.
II. Judd ; Gov. Dominis, Hon. A.
S. Cleghorn, His Ex. Mr. Merrill,
Major Wodehouse, British Commis
sioner; Judgo McCully, Members
of the G. A. R., Majors Rosa and
Holt of the Governor's staff, Cap
tain Hayward and officers of the
Mariposa. In the course of the im
pressive services, the choir sang,
"Jesus, Lover of my Soul," and,
"There is a Green Hill'Far Away,"
the latter a favorite of the deceased.
Beautiful floral tributes were laid
upon tho handsome coffin, and as
the'latter was carried out the band
played, "Sweet By-and-By." The
remains were sent forward by the
Mariposa to-day for interment 'at'
l'ROORAMMK AND ENTRIES.
1 Yacht Race First Class 1st
prize, 8H0 ; 2d prize, $15. Open to
all. Course Frojn starting line
passing out tho channel, keeping
between the buoys, leaving'Spar and
Bell Buoys on port side, thenco to
and around Flag Boat off Waikiki,
keeping it on tho port side in round
ing to a Flag Boat off Quarantine
Giounds, keeping it on the starboard
side in rounding thence to Spir
Buoy, keeping it on the port side,
keeping between the buoys in the
channel, back to starting line. Ilca
lani, His Majesty's Chamberlain,
Red, White and Blue; Kahihilani,
W. F. Williams, Blue; Pokii, W.F.
2 Two-oared Boats Stationary
Seats 1st prize, $20 ; second saves
stakes. Open to all. Course From
starting line to and around the Can
Buoy off tho Marine Railway and
back to starting point. Evcrytimc,
Dan; Benicia, E. II. Manuka; AI
vina, Eclipse Boat Club, Red, White
and Blue; Pualii, Knickerbocker
Boat Club, White, Blue and Pink.
3 Six-Paddlo Canoo Race 1st
prize, $10; second saves stakes.
Open to all. Couise Same as in
No. 2. Mokauea, His Majesty's
4 Whaleboat Race Six Oars
1st prize, $115 ; 2d prize, $10. Open
to all. Course Fiom starting line
out the channel to and around indi
vidual Stako Boat off Spar Buoy,
same on the port side and back to
placo of starting. Lanai, F II.
Hayseldeii, Red, White and B)uo;
Homai, lolaui Boat Club, Blue, and
5 Six-oared Boats Senior Crow s
Prize, Silver Cup ; value, $150.
Also framed photos of Winning
Crew, presented by J. J. Williams.
Open only to Clubs of Association.
'Course From starting lino out tho
channel leaving Spar Buoy on port
side, thenco to and around indivi
dual Stake Boat on a lino with Bell
Buoy, keeping samo on the port
sido n winding and back to start-
ifig point, -keeping Spar on star
"board side Alice M., Myrtle Boat
Club, Scarlet and White ; Pomalke-
i lani, Iolanl Boat Club, Blue and
White ; Who'd a Thought It, Kapio
lanl Boat Club, Green and White.
G Swimming Race Prize, $5.
Free to all. Entries open to all
until start of race. E. H! Mahnka,
7 Single Sculls Shells Prize,
$10." Course To 'fio set' by tho
Judges on day of race. ' Weather
permitting. No Name, H. Y. &
B. C, Blue aud WhitoTPot, Myrtle
Boat Club; Waikiki, Myrtle Boat
Club, Scarlet and White.
8 Six-oared Boats Junior Crews
Prize, Cup valued at $75. Open
only to Clubs of tho Association.
Course Same as in No. 4. (In
dividual Stake Boats at turning
points.) Alice M., Myrtle Boat
Club, Scarlet; Kaiiilani, Kaiulani
Boat Club, Red.
Intermission of one hour, during
which there will be rowed a six
oared match race between prows
from the Blacksmith and Machine
Shops of the Honolulu Iron Works.
.. 9 Yacht Race Second -Class
1st prize, $25; 2d prize, $10. Free
to all." Course From starting point
out the channel to Spar Buoy,' keep
ing it on the port side in winding to
jaeu Juuoy, tacic arouiui tne same
and return to starting point. In
passing Spar Buoy, leavo It on the
starboard side. ' Kuliaikanuu, Hon.
J. A. Cummins, Red and White;
Kaliookalani, U. Napoleon, Red;
Pokii, W.-F. Williams, Blue ; Mabel,
II. J: Mossman, Green; Pauline,
II. Y. & B. C., Blue and White ;
Lena, Myrtle Boat Club, Scarlet
and White J ' Commodore, John
Dower, Red,Whito and Blue.
10 'Racine Canoe Race (pad
dles) Prize, $10. For Foreign
Built Canoes only. Course Same
as No. 2 Race. Mignon, H. Y. B.
C, Blue and White; Tippecanoe,
H. Y. B. C, Blue and Yellow.
11 Four-oared Boats Senior
Crews 1st prize, $50; second saves
Stakes. Open to all clubs of Asso
ciation. . Course Same as in No. 8.
Alf Rogers, Myrtle' Boat Club,
Scarlet and White; Poomaikclani,
Iolani Boat Club, Blue and White.
12 Canpe Sailing Race Prize,
$15. Free to all canoes. Course
Same as in No. 2. Fleur de Lis,
II. Y. B. C, Red, White and Blue;
Mignon, II. 1". B. C, Blue and
White; Tippecanoe, H. Y. B. C,
Red, Blue and Yellow.
13 Diving Contest Prize, , $5.
Free to all. Open to time of con
test. 14 Whale Boat Race Five Oars
1st prize, $30; 2d prize, $10.
Free to all. Course Same as in
No. -1. Lanai, F. H. Hayseldeii,
Red, White and Blue ; Homai, Io
lani Boat Club, Blue and White.
15 Fopr-oarcd Boats Junior
Crews 1st prize, $1,0 ;. second sjiyes
stakes. Open only to clubs olf'As
sociation. Course Same as in No.
8. Alf Rogers, Myrtle Boat .Club,'
Scarlet and White.;, Kaiulani, Kaiu
lani Boat Club, Red. , ,
1G Single Scu)Ut Shore Boats'
1st prize, $10 ;' 2ndl5rize, SSvPFreo,
to all. Course Same' as in No--2. l
Novice, F. Godfrey, Blue ; Flying'
li8h,'Alex. Smith, white1; fcvery-
time, John Ka,' White 'and Bide
Benicia, John Moscs,rVhite. . -'
17 Launch Race 1st prize, $30 ;
2nd prize, $15. Free to all launches.
Course Same as in No. 5. Kulia-,
kanuu, Hon. J. A. Cummins, Red
and White; Ilanakeoki, His Maj
esty's Chamberlain, Blue and White.
All races to be subject to the
Regatta and Rowing Rules as adopted
by the Association. In all cases of
2 prizes, three boats .at least must
start. In saving stakes, lour boats
must start. Tw o or more boats to
start to make a race. Boats will be
called in lino by the sound of the
Bugle, and stait in the various races
by' the word "Go" excepting the
Yacht Race. The yachts will mako
allying start; the signal for starting
will be thu lowering of a flag in tho
Judges' stand. Time allowance one
minute to a ton. The use of oars is
strictly forbidden. No instruction
as to quantities of sail. Boats not
keeping to tho designated course will
not bo entitled to a prize. No one
will be allowed on the Judges' boat,
except by special permission of the
committee. Eaeh boat must be pro
vided with a distinguished color.
Positions will be assigned to the
coxswain of boat by the Judges.
A SMALL-POX "REMEDY."
A correspondent of Lc Vanudien
recommends as an unfailing remedy
for small-pox tho application, when
the llrst symptoms appear, of two
small Spanish-fly blisters to the arm
of the patient between the elbow
and tho Mioulder. These, ho con
tends, will draw all the virus of tho
disease to that part of the body,
and it may bo let out by opening tho
vesicles fiom time to time with a
penknife or a pair of scissors. The
blisters should be allowed to rcinnin
till thoy fall off, nnd no moro pus
runs from the wound, when it will
dry up on the application of a llltlo
lard, and tho patient will bo fully
recovered in less than a week. Ilo
claims that ho has seen this remedy
used in France and Brazil, and al
ways with success. At the same
time ho advises every one to get
vaccinated to redtico tho chances
of catching tho disease. Montreal,
(Janada, Witnqs, Oct, 8,
Save Yourself and Yours
From Loss by Fire, Shipwreck or Death, by Insuring Homo, Furniture
and Effcct6, Carcoes of Sugar, Rice, General Produce and Afar-
chnudlsc, Stocks of Goods (mil T,lfi, In the '
Harttbrd, Conn,, Chartered ISIO,
ASSETS OVER NINE MILLIONS.
UNION FIRE & MARINE INS, Co.,
Wull.kuov, n. Sound nnd Rclinblc.
Hint Paid Its Chicago Lo3sc
'The lYev Englaudl
Mutual Life Insurance
Tho Old Reliable.
Examine Our Neiv Full Term Endowment Policies.
All Policies Non-Eorfeitable by Law.
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
New Goods received by every Packet from the Eastern Stales and Europe
Fre3h Culifornln Produce by every Steamer. All orders fnithfully attended to
and Good delivered tomiypirtot tho city froo of clungc. -Island orders foli
clted. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Office Bov 145. Telephone No. 93. 108 ly
NATIVE Men on a Bunch on
Ilfiuaii. "Wiices. $C0 a month
rent free. To ship for one
or two yeais. Will give good advances
to tlie right parlies. Anplv to
General Business Agent.
Campbell's Block, Merchant St. 172 lv
FOR SALE CHEAP.
SEVERAL good Horses, suitable for
gcuoral uio, among them u very
flhc singlo driver that is strictly first
class. Apply to C. B. MILES,
171 iv Cor. Punchbowl & Queen Sts.
Cleaned and Curled,
TEMPLE ' OF FASHION.
-: ' lC81y.
T BEG to inform
my friendu and cus
have removed . my
business from No,; 88 Hotel
Lincoln's' Shop, King Street
where I will he on hnnd to attend
to all orden for
Houss and Ship Fainting, Paper
at price to suit tho times.
' ( H. PATTERSON,
ICOlm Lincoln' l-oi, King8treet.
Will ho open every afternoon and even,
ing us follows:
day mid Hatui'das KvcnliiffH.
To the public In general.
For ladies nnd gentlemen.
For Indies, gentlemen nnd children.
Friday and Saturday Evenings; also, at
the Tuesday Mntlnce.
COMING I COMING 1 COMING I
Novemlor 8!h, 1885,
Proi: A. P. DEMJE3RS,
Being thu Gtiarapinn Roller Skater of
England, Franco und Canadn, ho oilers
a Standing Challenge of $1,000 to any
niofessional who will equal him in
Trick and .Fancy Roller Skuling.
Prof. Dcmers' exhibitions consists of
over 200 mocmentB of the most diffi
cult, orlglnnl, novel nnd astounding
feats ever attempted, such as his won.
derful spin from ono to two minutes
making, from two to threo hundred re.
volutions, and other tricks too nuruer.
ous to mention.
J2T Remember Wonders never cease j
his wonderful Sc'fmiust hu seen to be
THOS. E. WALL, Manager.
Yoseii Mm ml
Tho Only Cnllfornia Company
Promptly mid In Full.
of Life Insurance Agency In the
CASTLE & COOKE,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
MY Office .will he closed from Nov.
1st until Dec. 8th, 1885, duilng
my absence at the Coast.
08 HotM Street) , 105 tf
ElecJ;iqn.,of Officers. "1r
AT the Annual Meeting of the Ono
men Sugar'Co. held at tho office
of C. Brewer &'Co. this day, tho follow,
ing officers were duly elected for tho t
coming year: , i , , ji
J-CCartek President ft ,
W. P. Allen Vice-President s
P. C. Jones Secretary.
G. J. Ross. ..'.....: , ..Treasurer
J. O. Caktkiu .-..;. Auditor
The ahove offlccrB are also the Direc
tors pf the Company. N
r. v. juwjja.
Sec'y Onomca Sujjar Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 27, 1885. lCl.lm tx
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Election of Officers.
AT the Annual Meeting of the Stock
holders of the 'Waihco Sugar
Company, held at the office of W. G.
Irwin & Co., on the Uth day of Novem
ber, 1885, the following officers, were
elected for the current year:
Col. Z. S. Spaldinq President
Mn. V. P. Hastings Vice-President
Mu. Josmi O. CAnTBn Secretary,, j
Hon. Cecil Browx Treasurer
Hon. Jas. I. Dowbktt Aud i tor
.-J. O, CARTER,
Secretary Waihee Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Nov.-lO, 1885! ll.Tlrn
St'm Candy Factory, .;
and Bakery. '
Etlliliecl lSjgf; ,;f
No. 71 HOTEL ST., ''between
Nuuanu and Port Stsi
Has ul ways on hand the largest Stock .
of Caudles, lioih Plnin nnd Fancy, guar
anteed to he STRICTLY PUKE.
AVliolcHtilo untl Retail.
Rich Wedding Qfojfces
Of a Twenty Years' Rtiputat ion, all
Sizes always on hand, ornamented,
in any Style.
Pastries of All Description Made,
Order at Short Notice.
Fresh every Day. ;
Bell und Mntunl Telephone, No. 74.
P. O. Box No. 75. 168.
HAVING obtained tho services of a'
first-class Plnno Tuner, wo wlsli '
to inform the public that we are able to
Tune and Repair Pianos at thort notice.
All orders left with ua wl)J bo promptly
attended to, and all work warranted. '
1032 ly WEST, DOW ii CO. '